|Here one also crosses a time zone
this was less than an hour after New Year's, one could "travel back to
yesteryear" by going back to Pacific Time. See my thoughts on a time
I just came across your Web site. I had been doing some trivial research on the highest exit number in the United States (which seems to be Exit 880 on I-10 near the TX/LA border). Then I decided to see if there was such thing as an Exit 0 at the opposite end as indicated on Mapquest. I found your photo of I-90's Exit 0, (Montana Idaho border) so it proves Exit O's can indeed exist! It's one of those weird-but-true things I guess. I also wondered how time zone boundaries were marked along highways. So I just wanted to thank you for your information.
Greg D. from
BTW, there is an Exit 0 on I-10 at the TX/NM border, for the town of Anthony. The town itself spreads across both states, with only a small sign on Main St. as demarcation.
Paul, now lives on Whidbey Island.